[Lab] Plain text password
tom.i.burns at gmail.com
Tue Nov 10 17:40:44 EST 2015
Yea, don't change anything please . Hosted services get cracked all the
time and are bigger targets to begin with.
On Tuesday, 10 November 2015, Darcy Whyte <darcy at inventorartist.com> wrote:
> Yeah, the makerfaire was great...
> The list is working great too .:)
> Is secure enough just don't put your bank password or other important
> password in it..
> Darcy Whyte
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> by appointment (no text)
> On Tue, Nov 10, 2015 at 1:00 PM, Chris de Groot <cdegroot at adobe.com
>> Good personal password management is good and important. I think we need
>> to stop managing our own mail lists. We are makers and should focus on
>> making fun stuff (great faire over the weekend BTW). Lets outsource this
>> to a service that does the security and day to day updates for us.
>> On 11/10/15, 12:35 PM, "Justin Hornosty" <jjrh70 at gmail.com
>> >Chris de Groot writes:
>> >> My recommendation is we must figure out a way to secure the
>> >> passwords. It's cool and stuff to run the service, but it is too much
>> >> of a danger as it stands today, we must assume it will get stolen and
>> >> that not everyone will read the notes on how to select a password for
>> >> the mail list. I think it would be valid to consider a hosted
>> >> community service that takes away all these responsibilities from the
>> >> folk who provide enough time to keep it running, but maybe not enough
>> >> time to keep it safe. Google groups maybe an option.
>> >Someone else had said that the fix is easy - you update the mailman.
>> >I personally use: http://www.passwordstore.org/ and pwgen
>> >http://linux.die.net/man/1/pwgen (I think pass has this built in
>> >actually) to manage passwords for various websites.
>> >There are other ones out there, but 'pass' has the advantage of running
>> >in the command line and uses standard GPG encryption.
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